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We Are Giving Away Free Tickets To See ‘Berlin Syndrome’!

April 12, 2017

Yes, you read that correctly: we are giving you the chance to win one of 10 double passes to see BERLIN SYNDROME in cinemas from Thursday, 20 April.

All you have to do to enter the competition is comment on our Facebook post, explaining in 25 words or less why you deserve to win, then tag the friend you want to bring along!

We have 10 double passes to give, which means 10 lucky people can win.

Winners will be announced on 19 April, just in time for its release on Thursday.

Don’t miss out on your chance to win a free double pass to one of the most nerve-shredding psychological thrillers of the year!

Passes are valid from 20 April 2017 until the end of the film’s theatrical season at all participating cinemas including selected independents, and it’s good for two complimentary tickets to any screening of BERLIN SYNDROME.

Free tickets! Australian cinema! Comment to win!

Berlin Syndrome

A passionate holiday romance takes a sinister turn when a young woman wakes up to discover she has been trapped in a Berlin apartment with no escape. Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt star in Berlin Syndrome, a tense, stylish thriller from acclaimed director Cate Shortland (Lore, Somersault). 

“Masterfully constructed and genuinely gripping.” The Playlist

“Intensely elegant. A heady, sexy holiday hook-up turns overnight into an abusive abduction. It’s impressive how much throbbing terror the film works up.” Variety

Starring Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt, Berlin Syndrome is a gripping thriller from acclaimed Australian director Cate Shortland (Lore, Somersault). Alone and adrift in Berlin, Clare (Palmer) meets the handsome and charismatic Andi (Riemelt) and there’s an instant attraction between them. But what begins as a passionate holiday romance takes a sinister turn when Clare wakes up to discover Andi has locked her in his apartment, and he has no intention of letting her leave, ever. Shortland plays on every woman’s worst fears in this tense, stylish thriller, while Palmer delivers a career best as a young woman drawn into a complex relationship with her captor, the man she must outsmart to escape a terrifying fate.


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  1. Roland Debes

    I’ve always been intrigued in chaos theories, and this one is just the icing on the cake!

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